A Haworth resident who began staging coffee days for Sue Ryder Manorlands nearly three decades ago has raised another £4,000 for the local charity.
Since Kath started the initiative in 1993, she has now coined-in more than £70,000 for the Oxenhope hospice.
Baked goods and a huge barn filled with bric-a-brac were on offer event in aid of the charity.
Manorlands supports patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families both at the hospice and in the community, across an area covering Craven, Airedale and Wharfedale as well as parts of Bradford.
Robbie Moore MP said:
"A huge well done to local superstar Kath Neal and her fantastic team of volunteers for raising £4,000 for the brilliant Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice at her 30th charity fundraiser this year.
Kath has now surpassed £70,000 in fundraising over the past three decades - which is an absolutely incredible milestone!
It was was an absolute pleasure to attend the 30th charity fundraiser earlier this year, which was filled with delicious baked goods and bric-a-brac of all shapes and sizes - all in aid of a fantastic cause.
An incredible achievement. Kath - you have done our area proud!"